Slaven Bilic is ready to accept any decision the West Ham board make about his future following Saturday’s 4-1 defeat to Liverpool.
The Hammers suffered another painful loss at the London Stadium to pile further pressure on the Croatian coach, who is without a league win in four games.
West Ham currently sit one point above the relegation places and have lost three out of their last four home league games against Tottenham, Brighton and Liverpool.
And Bilic acknowledged his position is growing more vulnerable with each negative result his side collects.
“I know the situation better than anyone because I live that situation,” Bilic told talkSPORT.
“It’s not new and it didn’t start yesterday, so I have to prepare for that [losing his job].
“I have always said that West Ham is above everyone and every individual. The club has to do whatever is necessary – and we’ll see what they’re going to do.
“I can ease that pressure with good results, good performances, good wins, which was maybe when we beat Huddersfield, but when we lost against Brighton it [pressure] came back again.
Co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan are expected to hold further talks with Bilic, following reports he had fixtures against Tottenham and Crystal Palace to save his job.
But despite losing neither encounter, the nature of another heavy home defeat could end up costing Bilic his job at the London Stadium.
Asked if he would be speaking to Gold and Sullivan, Bilic added: “Definitely.
“We don’t have a discussion about the future. I can’t say anything negative in my two-and-a-half season relationship with the chairmen and with the vice-chairman.
“I talk to them after every game and, of course, when we are cruising they are flying and when we are losing they are supportive.
“But also we talk about the situation and we mentioned this game and we needed to get something out of it – but we didn’t get anything.”